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  • How income and attitudes affect greenhouse gas emissions

    The higher the income of individuals living in Switzerland, the higher their greenhouse gas emissions. But to what extent do differences in income actually have an effect on emissions, and to what extent do household emissions differ? The main differences were found in the areas of mobility and housing. For nutrition, the differences in individual emissions are less pronounced. These are the findings of a study conducted by social scientists at ETH Zurich.
  • EU agrees to cut greenhouse gas emissions from trucks

    The European Union agreed on Tuesday to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from new trucks and buses by 30 percent by a 2030 deadline as part of its commitment to cut its output of greenhouse gases.

  • Average price of gas in Massachusetts up 1 cent per gallon

    The average price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts has increased 1 cent in the past week.
  • Npower bills to rise by 10 per cent for 1million customers

    Customers will now pay an average £1,254 a year – an extra £117. Eon and EDF Energy had earlier announced they would also hike standard plans to £1,254 from the same date.

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